June 20, 2018
Re: 2018 Street Improvements Project
Streets: South Dymond Road and Dover Court
We are pleased to inform you that South Dymond Road and Dover Court have been added to this year’s Roadway Rehabilitation Program. You have likely noticed that some initial work has begun on your roadway as of this morning, so we wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with a brief update of the anticipated upcoming activities.
The work taking place today is related to the various utility structures/manholes that are located within the roadway. The contractors must remove the frames of these structures and provide a temporary patch over each location in order to prepare the roadway for the upcoming pavement grinding equipment.
The grinding (or milling) of the existing asphalt pavement is scheduled to begin tomorrow (6/21/18). The contractors will be grinding the top couple inches of pavement off the entire length of Dymond Road (from Crane Blvd. to the far south end), as well as Dover Court. These activities are anticipated to take Thursday and Friday to complete, weather dependent. It is anticipated that the activities will begin at the north end (at Crane Blvd.) and work their way south, but this could be changed at the discretion of the contractor for the benefit of the project schedule.
Residents are asked not park their vehicles on the roadway along Dymond Road and Dover Court during work hours on Thursday (6/21) and Friday (6/22), to allow for the scheduled grinding activities.
Upon completion of the grinding, the next phase of the project will include the concrete work. This will include curb removals/replacement and pavement patching. It is anticipated that the concrete work will begin as early as Monday (6/25). If any of this work requires a closure of your driveway, you will be provided with a notification in advance by the subcontractor.
We understand that this construction work will create inconvenience for all affected residents, and we will do our best to minimize the disruptions. Your patience and cooperation throughout this process is greatly appreciated.
For any questions regarding the construction, please call the Engineering Division Office at (847) 918-2100 or for any problems which may develop after hours, please call the Police non-emergency number (847) 362-8310, and they will contact the proper personnel for follow-up. The reverse side of this letter provides information on how to obtain construction updates electronically.
Thank you again for your cooperation.
Jeff Cooper, PE, CPESC
Village of Libertyville